A Rabbit's Foot is a new film (mainly) and arts quarterly published in a pleasingly chunky and shelf-friendly volume that offers 'an insider’s look at the industry, from a current, historical and international perspective'.
Published by film producer and businessman Charles Finch, A Rabbit’s Foot aims to be a cerebral companion for people with a wider curiousity about film and its wider cultural contexts. Each quarterly edition is themed around a specific subject (such as French cinema or Politics and Film) with relevant interviews, essays and biographical writing alongside photography, behind the scene-images and film stills.
The third issue features interviews with Wes Anderson, Claire Denis, Paolo Sorrentino, Ken Loach, Nadine Labaki, Oliver Stone, Penelope Cruz, Alice Diop, Lars von Trier, Darren Aronofsky, Ai Weiwei, Francesco Clemente, William Kentridge and Sir Don McCullin. Leading industry scribes Peter Bradshaw and Jason Solomons are regular writers for the printed edition.
A Rabbit’s Foot takes its curious name from Ernest Hemingway’s memoir ‘A Movable Feast' ('For luck you carried a horse chestnut and a rabbit's foot in your right pocket. The fur had been worn off the rabbit's foot long ago and the ones and the sinews were polished by wear. The claws scratched in the lining of your pocket and you knew your luck was still there.')
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